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When is an accident, not an accident at all, or even a near miss?

17 Jul 2020, 16:05

Our Stoke MDEC wrapped in cotton wool colleagues...
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:funneh Individual knocked right knee on drawer under desk! :left:
The team at Stoke Manual Data Entry Centre (MDEC) are celebrating having achieved 2,000 accident-free days.
https://www.myroyalmail.com/news/2020/07/accident-free

When is an accident, not an accident at all, or even a near miss?

19 Jul 2020, 17:54

Definition of an accident is "an unplanned " event .Royal Mail managers will investigate an see if OPG is in any way to blame , therefore if they seem it blameworthy any time of will be recorded as sick.
I have personal experience of this , few years back it had rained for 48 hrs nonstop , walking towards a firm.on a very slight slope I slipped injured my knee , 2 weeks off , Area H@S manager investigation concluded even though I was wearing proper Royal mail footwear , I was culpable because " I was not wearing the proper issue hi vis raincoat , stage 2 issued , if they want to pin it on OPG , they will find a way , c__ts

When is an accident, not an accident at all, or even a near miss?

19 Jul 2020, 18:43

No accidents are apart of the bonus culture so endemic is it they just put them down as incidents!

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